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The Smile
For a second there I saw you smiling I must admit I am wondering why Things you've gone through are so appalling They break my heart and make me want to cry Yes you see my choreographed smile it’s there to hide, what’s buried deep inside. My heart’s shattered like a porcelain tile Within me I feel the sharp shards collide I see emotions leaking from your eyes Speak your demons discover your healing Dismiss false words and other people’s lies Validate all the things you are feeling I have come to grips with my own mistakes From the demons I have found some relief Sadness permeates me my body shakes In time good will come that is my belief I can see now how your smile meets your eyes Doors have opened beyond a life of pain Your true potential you now realize All things within reach freedom once again I feel I was given a second chance Although I miss those I’ve lost on life’s way I choose not to live my life in a trance Innocence reclaimed I’ve learned how to play By: Brenda Chiri & Richard Lamoureux Thanks Brenda for collaborating with me on this piece. It was a pleasure writing with you.
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